The Homeless of New York Essay by Research Group

The Homeless of New York
An examination of the homeless people of New York City and what can be done to change this phenomenon.
# 27421 | 1,324 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jun 04, 2003 in Sociology (Welfare) , Political Science (Social Security and Welfare)

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This research considers the situation of the homeless in New York City and the steps that have been taken and might be taken in the future to address the issue. It begins with an introduction of the problem, considers possible solutions, examines political ramifications and provides suggestions for the future in the concluding section.

From the Paper:

"Although the American economy as a whole experienced strong growth during the 1990s and the stock market average broke the 10,000 mark, there continue to be large numbers of homeless people throughout the United States. The homeless problem is particularly acute in urban areas, whether due to the social services available, the opportunity for work, the opportunity for property crimes, or just that there is greater family support in rural areas to prevent homelessness. Certainly those who analyze the homeless situation (and politicians who use the homeless as a campaign issue) have different opinions about the causes and solutions for homelessness."

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